CONCERT REVIEW: Dropkick Murphys – Jim Lindberg – The Rumjacks – Jesse Ahern Live at Roadrunner


St. Patrick’s Day weekend in Boston. We know this song and dance already, but let’s recap… green beer, parade, inevitable bar fights, Dropkick Murphys show. But this time, there’s a twist to this weekend. The week leading up to the show also marked the grand opening of Boston’s newest concert venue, Roadrunner! Now, truth be told, I had to Google what the hell Roadrunner even was because I had never heard of it before. But let me tell you something… this may be my new favorite venue in the city.

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Watch Metallica Play “Whiskey In The Jar” in Ireland in 2019 to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day


Metallica has shared a video of the band performing the Thin Lizzy classic “Whiskey In The Jar” in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. The performance was originally part of their Worldwired World Tour at Slane Castle in Meath, Ireland, on June 8, 2019. The video was originally seen as part of Metallica’s pandemic-era live concert streaming series Metallica Mondays. For Metallica, it is their most-popular cover ever, with a charting single in 1999 and a music video that was played on MTV. Thin Lizzy is Ireland’s greatest band and their interpretation of “Whiskey In The Jar” – a classic Irish folk song is one of theory best known songs.

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Dropkick Murphys Cancel Annual March Shows, Will Live Stream From Boston Tuesday


Another band affected by the Coronavirus cancelations is Dropkick Murphys, famous for its March tours and St Patrick’s Day celebrations around Boston. The legendary Irish-American Punk band is best known for their hit ‘I’m Shipping Up To Boston’ from Martin Scorsese’s film The Departed, will livestream their annual St. Paddy’s Day concert from Boston. Here are the details! Sláinte! Continue reading


Dropkick Murphys Books Annual 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Tour, Homestand of Four Shows In Boston


Dropkick Murphys St. Patrick’s Day spring tour is a highlight every year. Culminating in their usual run of shows in their hometown of Boston, the birthplace of St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in America, they are always a sold-out, insane event not to be missed. The band kicks off a run of dates this week, and all shows are on sale now. Direct support will come from The Devil Makes Three, The Interrupters, Booze & Glory, Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One, Amigo The Devil, Stop Calling Me Frank, and more.Continue reading